Dried mint is widely used in Lebanese cuisine. It can replace fresh mint when not available or just be a condiment used in many dishes or as garnish on Mezzeh such as Garlic Labneh.
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I don’t know where this soup originated from, but I know it was cooked at my aunt’s household. My uncle was Armenian and his sister cooked this soup, so we named it after her: Zaza’s Soup. Maybe the soup is a mix of Armenian and Lebanese, even though the event is for Lebanese cooking, I think this soup characterizes the spirit of Lebanon and its diversity. Not to mention it is a delicious soup that I hope those who will try will enjoy.
I know I am supposed to be posting about the challenge, but a few days ago I got an invitation to join a cooking event about Lebanon: 3rd Mediterranean cooking event. So I decided to join. I don’t know if I will post more than one recipe, but I know I have a couple in mind. Although for now, I am posting a really simple thing: an omelet.